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Guidelines for Observing
Guidelines for observing the weather | Royal Meteorological Society
The meteorology is the science that studies the behavior of the phenomena that occur in the atmosphere over time, so that they can foresee its evolution. And all scientific study of the atmosphere means above all collecting accurate weather data. Our senses and especially the sight and touch enable us to estimate a large number of observations. For example, we can see the amount of clouds in the sky or determine wind direction by the movement of leaves or a column of smoke. All these observations are called sensory observations. However, our senses are not enough and we have to resort to the meteorological instruments to collect the valuable data. For example, while a person can determine if the air pressure is rising or falling, you cannot know the exact value of it, for which you need to consult an instrument.
Weather Instruments and Equipment Explained
Meteorological observations have never been more in demand, nor more widely available. In June the Met Office, with support of the Royal Meteorological Society and the Department for Education, launched a new website for the collection of user-generated weather observations. This source of observations is a valuable extra source of meteorological information to forecasters, particularly in severe weather events and their onset, where a high density of albeit more variable quality data is especially useful. For example, in snow events or heavy rain events, having access to high density surface data gives extra confidence in the extent and development of such events, helping provide rapid updated guidance on the evolution of such weather situations.
A weather station is a facility, either on land or sea, with instruments and equipment for measuring atmospheric conditions to provide information for weather forecasts and to study the weather and climate. The measurements taken include temperature , atmospheric pressure , humidity , wind speed , wind direction , and precipitation amounts. Wind measurements are taken with as few other obstructions as possible, while temperature and humidity measurements are kept free from direct solar radiation, or insolation. Manual observations are taken at least once daily, while automated measurements are taken at least once an hour.